Olympia Campground is open all year to travelers.
Pull thru full hookup rv sites have 30 amps; electric & water sites have 20 amps.
Tent sites are also available. Amenities include store, laundry room, tv room with Wi Fi hotspots, seasonal outdoor heated pool (weather permitting), small playground, and clean shower and restroom facilities. There are two camping cabins for rent. Each has a double bed and bunk bed and sleeps up to 4 people comfortably. Cabin campers must bring their own bedding and cooking supplies.
The Campground is set in a 10 acre forest of tall firs.
Every site has a picnic table. The full hookup sites are side by side pull thru, and do not have fire pits. The electric & water sites have 20 amp power and are in a wooded, more spacious setting and most have fire pits. These sites have a view of a beautiful grassy field to the west and a forest to the east. Tent sites are in the back of the forest and do not have hookups.
On-site Services include ice, propane, fuel, diesel, an rv dump station for registered campers, free air and water, a well stocked convenience store (with $1 books), and an ATM. There is Wi Fi hotspots in tv room. Our friendly staff is happy to help make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Nearby Services and Attractions...
Costco and Home Depot are just up the road! Enjoy a multitude of shopping and dining options, service your truck, get your hair done, see the doctor, and more. There is a 9 hole golf course and driving range, as well as a middle school track, all within walking distance. Beautiful Tumwater Falls is just 3 miles away. Check out our Area attractions page for one of the most comprehensive lists of information on visiting Olympia and the Pacific Northwest.
Olympia Campground is located just 6 miles south of Olympia, Washington with easy access to Interstate 5. It is a favorite stop for travelers, halfway between Portland and Seattle. Many use it as a base camp for day trips in all directions. We do not have cable TV, but the park is very nice, clean, and friendly.
Priscilla and Ken Rhodes sent us a book they had written in 2003 about their travels.
The book is titled "Discover America Diaries", and this is what they wrote about Olympia Campground...
"Wrapped in Fir"...
"I love this campground...
...filled with Douglas Firs that reach high into the sky.
A full regiment of these stately trees fills our camp space
like Buckingham Palace guards...protecting our privacy."